Rethinking Cyber Risk in a Reglobalized World
COVID-19 has exposed the fragility and insecurity of a hyper-globalized world system and is entrenching different approaches to security, privacy, and data protection. With digital authoritarians and techno-nationalists on one extreme and nascent digital democracies on the other, the fracturing of the internet significantly affects digital security and privacy risks across the globe.
In this webinar, Andrea Little Limbago, VP Research and Analysis at Interos, explores cyber risk considerations, including: government-mandated access to data, internet blackouts, evolving hardware and software pacts and restrictions, and digital supply chain attacks. Each of these has the potential to propagate shocks across entire supply chain ecosystems. Watch the webinar now.